CarFirst Launches In Faisalabad – Research Snipers

CarFirst Launches In Faisalabad

One of the leading car-trading companies of Pakistan launches its first center in Faisalabad. The aim is to provide customers with a safe and secure trading service in Faisalabad.

Overall CarFirst has 15 purchase centers in Pakistan and they plan to open 20 more in different cities of the country.

CarFirst is known for its hassle-free trading by implementing international practices in their company. The center launched in Faisalabad was expected in 2018, but due to high demand from the company, they launched it beforehand.

Raja Murad Khan, Co-Founder, and CEO of CarFirst said, “We are proud to announce our fifteenth purchase center in Pakistan’s third largest city – Faisalabad. It was only made possible due to the increasing demand for used cars in Central Punjab. Through CarFirst, our aim is to make the local used car come to par with international standards. Thus we developed this unique model which acts as one window solution offering competitive prices and a very secure experience to potential car sellers. Additionally, we are working to cater to increased volume with additional warehouses where we can facilitate buyers and manage our inventory.”

The service is so fast that within an hour, sellers are able to sell their cars via CarFirst. The company ensures that the car is sold at a reasonable price via convenient procedure both for seller and buyer.  It also provides online auction platform for old, used cars in the country.

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Chief Operations Officer of CarFirst Gibran Vahidy said, “CarFirst is transforming the way used-cars are traded in Pakistan. We are presently looking to set up 20 additional purchase centers across Pakistan and establish centers in Multan, Gujrat, Gujranwala, Wah Cantt, Hyderabad, Sialkot and Peshawar in the coming months. Additionally, we are working to cater to an increased volume with additional warehouses where we can facilitate buyers and manage inventory.”